Legal Aid Solicitors
We are one of the largest legal aid firms in the UK. Our team of expert solicitors are on hand to assist wherever you are based.
What is Legal Aid?
Legal aid is public funding through which an individual’s legal fees can be met. The body responsible for governing legal aid is the Legal Aid Agency, who regulates eligibility for legal aid and governs the services that legal aid practitioners such as Cartwright King can carry out.
For legal aid there is various eligibility requirements must be met in order to receive funding, and these requirements will differ depending on the type of case and your personal circumstances. For some proceedings, legal aid eligibility is assessed solely on “merit” – meaning that the facts of the case itself will be assessed by the legal aid agency to determine whether or not legal aid can be granted. Some cases will also be “means” tested – so the legal aid agency will consider your financial circumstances in addition to the facts of the case.
Is Legal Aid Available?
At Cartwright King we will be able to explain if you are eligible for legal aid. We will also be able to tell you what it is available for, whether we are able to offer it in your circumstances or in you location.
If you are ineligible for legal aid, we will be able to explain why and can always undertake work on a private paying basis and will be able to give you a quote for undertaking the work.
Free Initial Telephone Call
To find out more about how we can help, please call us on freephone 0808 168 5550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Cartwright King we cover the following legal aid practice areas:
- Business Defence
- Community Care
- Court of Protection
- Criminal Defence
- Family Law
- Mental Health
- Motoring Law
Area of law not listed?
Call us to find out if legal aid is available in your type of matter. If we cannot offer funding, we may be able to point you in the right direction. Alternatively if funding is not available we may be able to offer assistance on a private paying basis.
How to make contact
To arrange a free initial discussion about your circumstances please call us on 0808 168 5550 or email email@example.com. We can assist wherever you are based but we also have offices in London, Birmingham, Bedford, Bolton, Derby, Leeds, Leicester, Luton, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Newcastle Gateshead, Northampton, Nottingham, Oxford, Reading, Sheffield and Worcester.
Let us know how we can help. Just provide a brief outline of your query.